Ben’s writing, yet again, from that big bird in the sky. Question: can you keep up with him? Answer: Yes! Read Ben’s latest blog for “Notes From The Road” now. -Team BC
In diary three, Ben has a load of photo highlights from Glastonbury Festival, Canada Day at Trafalgar Square in London and visiting Amsterdam. Next up: The Netherlands! So what are you waiting for? Volume Three is ready for you!
Earlier this month while in the UK, Ben dropped by the Daytrotter studios to record a quick session of songs, including “Down To The River” and “What A Wonderful World”. Stream the set, or download the session if you’re a Daytrotter member!
In a new conversation with East Scene, Ben talks about the songwriting spectrum from taking on characters in the songwriting process and touring through Alberta in a time of natural disaster. Read the full article here. =Team BC
Just a reminder for all Edmonton folks, the evening show on Saturday July 13th has changed venues from Bohemia. The show will be taking place at New Wunderbar Hofbrauhaus (8120 101 St NW, T6E 3Y9). VueWeekly is getting you ready with this short interview. See you soon! -Team BC
Ben just had an amazing gig opening for the legendary Blondie at Kew Gardens – and shared with Gigwise that there’s maybe a little more in common between them both than one might think! Read the full article here!
Glastonbury Festival was host to 3 Ben Caplan sets this past weekend, but Sunday’s performance at The Williams Green tent tops the list for ClashMusic’s highlights! “The William’s Green tent, a 2,000-capacity space, is at its best on Sunday, opened at midday by long-bearded Canadian Ben Caplan. If a man’s musical prowess can be judged Read more...
On the way to Glastonbury, Ben checks in again and can’t wait to get on stage for “what is probably the most famous festival in the world”! Read Volume Two here!
KentOnline is getting you ready to see Ben Caplan at Folkestone’s Home Ground on July 3rd. Tickets (£5), are available in advance from Home Ground, in the old High Street, Folkestone, or on the door, if they’re still available!
Just a couple of weeks ago, Ben found himself at The Electric Owl in Vancouver, BC rip-roaring through a solo set that captured everyone in earshot. Vancouver Weekly’s Thomas Creery reviews the show and also interview Ben. Check ‘em out!